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VBConventionCenter.com


Convention Center Virginia Beach, VA


Virginia Beach


Venue Size/Capacity: Total rentable square footage is approximately 210,000-square feet, not including a sunlit pre-function space and outdoor porch (in front of the ballroom). The ballroom is approximately 31,000-square feet, the exhibit hall is 150,000-square feet, and there are five meeting suites, as well


Target Audiences: SMERF groups, including government and military, professional trade, national associations, state and regional associations, and sports groups


Update: The convention center’s campus is expanding to include a 284,000- square foot Sports Center complete with a full NCAA indoor track, and an Entertainment Complex with a surf park and a 3,500-seat live entertainment facili- ty is in the works (tentatively scheduled for 2023). New hotels to the area include a full-service oceanfront Marriott (expected in early 2020); an autograph collec- tion hotel by Marriott, The Cavalier (now open); and the Virginia Beach Bayfront Suites by Delta Marriott (anticipated in mid-2020).


Features: The Virginia Beach Convention Center offers unique architecture that includes glass curtain wall to allow natural light to illuminate the interior, a col- umn-free exhibit hall, LED ceiling features in ballroom, a 10-foot by 10-foot etched grid in exhibit hall floor allowing for savings in time and drayage costs, free park- ing, and LEED Gold® existing building certified to coincide with many sustain- able initiatives.


Community: Virginia Beach offers a strategic location accessible to major markets along with affordability and easy of access by car, plane and train. It offers first tier venues at third tier pricing, as well as added values such as free parking and being a union free facility. The beachfront community also offers major “draw- appeal” for business combined with leisure (bleisure) travelers seeking both con- vention facilities as well as family friendly accommodations and attractions.


Walter E. Washington Convention Center Washington, DC EventsDC.com


Venue Size/Capacity: 703,000 total square feet of exhibit space with 77 individ- ual/customizable meeting rooms, five exhibit halls and the largest ballroom in the region


Target Audiences: Corporate, SGMP, association, third-party planners, sporting events, specialty consumer shows, special events and galas, cultural events and festivals, entertainment and concerts, esports/gaming tournaments and conven- tions


Update: Events DC has undertaken a multi-phase interior design program to enhance the convention experience at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. In addition, Events DC has selected Aramark as its new exclusive food and beverage partner for the convention center. The Walter E. Washington Convention Center will undergo a streetscape project in which multiple elements of the exterior of the building will be improved, as well, beginning in late spring of 2019.


Features: The Walter E. Washington Convention Center is home to a diverse $4-mil- lion art collection, which is the largest in any convention center and one of the largest public art collections in the District outside of a museum with more than 130 works of art by local and international artists.


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